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DNS ShareCenter - Mapping a Volume using a Mac
« on: April 02, 2014, 12:16:27 PM »

This FAQ describes how to create a ShareCenter network share on a Mac.

Creating a Network Share for a ShareCenter Volume on a Mac

  • Press Command+K and the Connect to Server window will open
  • Enter smb://[SHARECENTER_IP_ADDRESS]/Volume_1 where [SHARECENTER_IP_ADDRESS] is replaced with the IP address of the D-Link ShareCenter (e.g smb://, smb://, etc.)
  • Press Connect
  • The newly mounted HDD should appear on the Mac desktop and Finder window

Automatically Connecting a ShareCenter Network Share After a Mac Reboot

  • Complete the preceding procedure to map the ShareCenter volume network
  • Click on the Apple Menu and open the System Preferences
  • Click Users and Groups
  • Click Login Items
  • Click the + button next to the ShareCenter network share
  • Select the ShareCenter volume and click the Add button
  • Close the System Preferences
  • The ShareCenter volume will automatically connect following a Mac reboot

Create a Network Share Shortcut on the Mac Desktop

  • Press Command+ to open the Finder Preferences
  • Click the General tab
  • Select the Connected Servers checkbox
  • Close Finder Preferences
  • The ShareCenter network share will appear as a clickable icon on the Mac desktop

Additional References

« Last Edit: December 19, 2014, 05:17:57 AM by JavaLawyer »
Find answers here: D-Link ShareCenter FAQ I D-Link Network Camera FAQ
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